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rubio voted against raising the debt ceiling. marco rubio supported governor rick scott's voter suppression tactics in florida. yes, he's hispanic but what about the content of his policies? >> what goldie is saying is true. race after race there, was ted cruz in texas, brian sandoval, where the republicans have nominated hispanic candidates, they have not suddenly seen in these races a surge in support among hispanic voters. they are performing about the same as any other republican candidate would. the opportunity and the risk for republicans really lies i think among hispanic voters. they have not seriously competed for the african-american vote at the national level since before 1964. they got wiped out. they never again nominated an anti-civil rights candidate, but their relationship with black voters was basically poisoned in 1964. the risk is over the last few years, prefecture with rejeespeg immigration, they have alienated latino voters. >> steve kornacki, ken vogel, and goldie taylor, thank you all so much. >>> neck, the president's post-state of the union tour. he's o
, mr. rubio voted against raising the debt ceiling, thus provoking the credit downgrade that accompanied the fiasco in 2011. he supported governor rick scott's abominable attempt to suppress the vote in florida. he co-sponsored a bill which would enable employers to deny birth control to their employees, and despite the fact that 97% of researchers polled by the national academy of sciences believe in manmade climate change, mr. rubio remains unconvinced. if the republican party wishes to do nothing more than a small amount of cosmetic surgery on its public image, then mr. rubio seems like the perfect salesman. but scratch the surface, and mr. rubio is infected with the same old backward-facing policies that the voters rejected so comprehensively in november. thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> new pope. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this stunning news today that the head of the 1.2 billion. person roman catholic church is retiring at the end of t
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